Cherrywood is located approximately 16km south east of Dublin City Centre, 8km south of Dún Laoghaire, 3km from the coastline, and 4km from the Dublin and Wicklow mountains. Cherrywood Town Centre is accessed from both the N11 (Wyattville Link Road Junction) and from the M50 Motorway (Junction 16). Once developed, Cherrywood will become a major new residential and employment hub in the County and the Region. Much of the required public infrastructure (roads, parks etc.) to serve Cherrywood are currently in place or under construction. The new Cherrywood Town Centre adjoins the existing Cherrywood Business Park an established office location with occupiers including Dell, Friends First, Evros, Accenture and APC.
TC3 is regular in shape and extends to approximately 13.09 acres (5.3 hectares). TC3 allows for a broad mix of uses providing a significant level of high intensity employment focussed around a large public area. The central area of TC3 will be a focal gathering point with a mix of uses including community, retail, non-retail, residential and high intensity employment (HIE). The ground levels of the residential buildings include elements of retail, community and non-retail uses. The layout, size and footprints of blocks within TC3 are defined by principal and secondary pedestrian and cycle streets, including the link from TC4 and Bride’s Glen Luas stop to Macnebury to the west, and the pedestrian/cycle link with TC1 across the Wyattville Link Road. The block layouts provide flexibility for a mix of single and multiple lettings to meet the functional requirements for high intensity employment uses (HIE).